CDI Scanning in Payara Server

30 Nov 2016

The capability to disable implicit CDI scanning was already added to the previous Payara Server releases but the default admin console setting was to enable it at deploy time. We have now made a change so that the value added to the deployment descriptor is the overriding setting and the admin...

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The MicroProfile at Devoxx: Learning Our Way Forward

21 Nov 2016

2016 has been a bit of a wild ride, to say the least. Lots of major things have happened politically and in popular culture. Considering the world of Java and its related ecosystems, we've seen a lot of activity too, with announcements about the delay of Java 9, the concerns raised by the Java...

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What's new in Payara Server 164?

14 Nov 2016

Another quarter, another release! After an eventful 2016, November brings with it the final release of the year for Payara Server. This year, we've seen new services like Request Tracing and Health Check added, as well as the Slow SQL logger and SQL Trace Listeners. Revisiting the version of the...

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Payara Server & Payara Micro Documentation

03 Oct 2016

We've recently moved the documentation for Payara Server and Payara Micro from its original home in the GitHub project wiki. In doing so, we've altered the structure of the pages and introduced new ways to contribute through the GitBook platform.

 

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Request Tracing Service in Payara Server & Payara Micro

12 Sep 2016

Have you ever wondered whether your application is slow to respond to requests? Which requests take the longest to respond to? And what you can do about it? Payara Server aims to provide the best tooling you would need to identify performance issues, identify their causes and help you solve...

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Persistent EJB Timers in Payara Micro

31 Aug 2016

Payara Micro is packed with a lot of the APIs that come with Payara Server Full Profile, and even more features targeted at clustered deployments. Now, since version 163, it is also possible to use persistent EJB Timers, which are stored across your micro instances inside the distributed...

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Making Use of Payara Server's Monitoring Service - Part 3: Using Kibana to Visualise the Data

25 Aug 2016

 

When Payara Server has been logging monitoring data to the server log for a short while, the metrics that Logstash outputs to Elasticsearch can be visualised using Kibana. In this blog post, we will create a date histogram displaying used heap memory as a percentage of the maximum heap memory.

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Making Use of Payara Server's Monitoring Service - Part 2: Integrating with Logstash and Elasticsearch

24 Aug 2016

 Following the first part of this series of blog posts, you should now have a Payara Server installation which monitors the HeapMemoryUsage MBean and logs the used, max, init and committed values to the server.log file.  As mentioned in the introduction of the previous post, the Monitoring...

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Making Use of Payara Server's Monitoring Service - Part 1: Setting up the Service

23 Aug 2016

 With the release of version 4.1.1.163, Payara Server includes a JMX Monitoring Service (technical preview) which can be used to log information from MBeans to the server log. Using the Monitoring Service, you can monitor information about the JVM runtime such as heap memory usage and threading,...

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What's new in Payara Server 163?

16 Aug 2016

As we enter the third quarter of the year, that can only mean one thing: Payara Server 163 is here! With this release, we’ve managed to cram in 44 bug fixes, 34 enhancements, 6 new features and 6 component upgrades. One of these new features is the tech preview of our new Request Tracing...

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